Boambee Creek Reserve

Day Use Area

5 from 5 users


Boambee Creek Trail, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales


Boambee Creek Reserve, at the southern end of Boambee beach, (access via Sawtell Road), is a popular area for locals with younger children. The reserve offers crystal clear shallow water for smaller children and playground facilities. It is perfect for picnics as there are barbeques, shelters and takeaway food. The reserve also has beach showers and toilet facilities. The reserve charges a nominal fee for car parking in the reserve. There is also a pedestrian bridge under the rail bridge which provides keen fishermen and walkers access to the southern end of Boambee beach. Boambee Headland is also the perfect location for whale watching during winter and spring. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -30.353627 Lng: 153.101996

User Reviews



I just wasted $5 entering the park, to NOT find a single car space available. They really need to cap how many cars go into the reserve and let people know that you possibly may not get a park, therefore not pay the ridiculous $5 entry to park your car.



This is not a free camp or caravan park, it is a lovely day use area with free BBQ's, clean amenities and friendly staff. The food in the kiosk is very good also.



Also you can hire kayaks here $30 per hour for a double (that actually fits 1A 2C) cchange is the business name and the guy that runs it is really lovely and gave us heaps of tips of where to go exploring in the creek. One of our familys best days in the Coffs region


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